College Tuition Coming Due? We can help


Financing an undergraduate education becomes more costly each year. Unfortunately, there are often gaps left between a student’s aid package and the actual cost of a college education.

With the Credit Union Student Choice Certified Undergraduate Private Education Line of Credit, you can find the financing to help fill in the gaps that remain after you know where you stand with all of your grants, scholarships, and federal student loan alternatives. Our program has no loan origination fees.

This program innovative student loan organization formed by credit unions from all over the United States.

  • Apply through us and we become your lender
  • Currently available for undergraduate loans only
  • A co-borrower is highly recommended
  • Student must be 18 years of age or older and enrolled more than half-time in a degree-granting program
  • Currently available only for certified schools
  • Terms are 20 years for loans under $40,000 and 25 years for loans over $40,000
  • Minimum loan amount is $1,000 and aggregate maximum is $75,000
  • Repayment begins at the end of the grace period, which is six months after the date of graduation or separation
  • Borrower must be a primary member of our credit union with an account in good standing

Contact Tiffanie DeVan, our Specialty Loan Administrator, at (800) 283-2328, ext. 6017. Additional helpful resources include:

Calendar of Events – check each month for our financial aid seminars and FAFSA seminars to help you understand the student loan process, what’s available and more

Student Loan Links – a list of websites for funding college education, finding scholarships and more

Student Loans Frequently Asked Questions

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